We know that it will have been a challenging month for most of you - social distancing is no walk in the park. But here at Dux-Soup we want you to know that we’re thinking of each and every one of you, and hope you are well and staying safe.
Whilst we can’t provide toilet rolls or more Covid-19 testing kits (we wish!) - what we can do is assure you that Dux-Soup operations are unaffected, and we are as dedicated as ever to helping you use LinkedIn more effectively for networking and lead generation that helps your business.
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We continued with our program of webinars in March and had over 2300 people register for these events, which is an amazing number. Thanks to you all for joining!
We also released a major update, version 7.3.2, with some awesome new features.
Keep on reading to learn more about what Dux-Soup's been up to.
We released a new Dux-Soup version 7.3.2 - which addresses some key requests from our users and has proved to be very popular as a result.
All the detail can be found in this informative article - for now here’s a quick summary:
The unread flag is no longer used
Dux-Soup now uses a timestamp to determine which messages and connections are new since the last time it checked. So, no need for you to restore the 'unread' flag to ensure follow-ups are responded to correctly!
You can send sample data
In the options panel, you can now find a button to send (static) sample events to your Webhooks. For those using tools like Zapier, this will make it much easier to configure your Zaps!
You can use other browsers
You can now use Dux-Soup with other browsers than Chrome. We just added Brave to the list, but most Chromium-based desktop browsers should now be able to install Dux-Soup via the Chrome Web Store.
You can check LinkedIn Inboxes and 1st-degree connections manually
Dux-Soup runs one check at a time and there are 3 checks in total: Unread messages in the Standard LinkedIn Inbox, unread messages in the Sales Navigator Inbox and New Connections. From now on, you will also find a button that allows you to quickly force a manual check:
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Dux-Soup launched a brand-new affiliate program called Dabble in February 2020. Sign-ups to Dabble are progressing strongly (nearly 250 so far) and it got us thinking – what do you need to run a good affiliate scheme? In this blog, Will van der Sanden, the Founder of Dux-Soup and Adam Osman, Head of Marketing share 8 golden rules for successful affiliate marketing.
Our marketing team, Adam Osman and Gill Sefton Jenkins gave a full run-through of the new Dux-Soup Dabble Affiliate program. You can watch this webinar recording here.
This blog focuses on some of the more useful profile lists that LinkedIn is able to generate, lists that crucially can all be traversed by the Dux-Soup robot. Tap into this veritable treasure trove of information to better understand your audience, and increase the focus of your LinkedIn lead generation.
We are constantly asked by our users for a way to keep track of and manage LinkedIn conversations. Dux-Soup Turbo provides you with the ability to track conversations in LinkedIn using the Webhook feature. This blog is an easy step-by-step guide to connect LinkedIn conversations to Google Sheets using the Webhook feature and Zapier - and start tracking them!
You’ve got your outreach and campaigns going but what defines ‘success’ on LinkedIn? In this blog, Adam Osman, Head of Marketing, takes a look at LinkedIn metrics and what people actually measure compared to what they should be measuring.
Whether you’re a solopreneur, a small business owner or an employee of a larger organisation, you will want to be as productive as possible. In this blog, Rob da Costa, agency coach & trainer at Da Costa Coaching Ltd shares 10 tips on how to be super productive (and of course he includes Dux-Soup LinkedIn automation!)
Once a LinkedIn prospect accepts your connection request, I bet you want to follow-up and see if they are interested in your product or service. Dux-Soup can make this process easy if you have the Turbo version, but we want to demonstrate that you can do a lot with Dux-Soup Pro too! In this blog, we share some useful tips on how to follow-up LinkedIn prospects with Dux-Soup Pro.
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You can also receive remote support from our team to help you set up Zapier webhooks and integrate Dux-Soup with specific software! Book a Dux-Soup Turbo Technical session here.
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The Dux-Soup team is thankfully able to work from home and will continue to respond to your emails as usual.
Have any questions, suggestions or feedback? Send them over to firstname.lastname@example.org - we are always available to help!
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